GlobeWest: Players of the Week, Top 10 boys’ and girls’ basketball teams

Jon Mahoney for The Boston Globe


Jaleel Bell , Wayland: The senior guard (below right) put together an impressive finale for the Warriors as he scored 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in his team’s loss to Danvers, 57-52, in the Division 3 North final .


Erin Cressman , Nashoba: The sophomore finished with 19 points in a 56-52 win over top-seeded Tyngsborough to help the Chieftains capture their first Division 2 Central title.

David Mercier , Milford: In a dramatic 56-54 win over St. John’s (Shrewsbury) in the Division 1 Central final, the senior scored 15 points to lead the Scarlet Hawks.

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Chris Murray , Littleton: With 26 points, the senior point guard directed the Tigers to a 74-64 win over Hope­dale for the Division 3 Central title. The program’s all-time leading scorer, he netted 18 points in a 72-56 loss to Smith Academy in the state semifinals.

Payton Ouimette , Medfield: The sophomore forward (below) put up 12 points and 10 rebounds on the TD Garden floor, helping the Warriors beat Reading in overtime, 59-51, to advance to the Division 2 state final.

Perry’s Top 10 boys’ teams

(Records through Wednesday)


1. Milford (20-4)

2. St. John’s Shrewsbury (16-7)

3. Algonquin (20-2)

4. Newton North (20-4)

5. Franklin (16-8)

6. Wayland (19-5)

7. Concord-Carlisle (16-8)

8. Wellesley (14-9)

9. Brookline (14-9)

10. Westborough (12-10)

Perry’s Top 10 girls’ teams

1. Medfield (25-2)

2. Franklin (19-5)

3. Newton South (13-11)

4. Newton North (19-2)

5. Nashoba (22-2)

6. Wellesley (15-9)

7. Algonquin (18-5)

8. Lexington (16-6)

9. Ashland (17-7)

10. Arlington Catholic (17-7)

Phil Perry

Phil Perry can be reached at paperry27@gmail.com.
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